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The Upper West Regional Minister, Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih has observed that Lecturers of the University for Development Studies are among the best in the country considering their contribution to the nurturing of thousands of young graduates.

He has therefore called for suggestions and ideas from the UDS lecturers and stakeholders towards reviewing the Regional Development Strategy (RDS) to further develop the area.

According to him, the Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) was working hard towards reviewing the RDS document and that having being an alumnus of the University and knowing the good lecturers the university have, he would tap into their ideas to be incorporated into the strategy so that they can together develop the region and move the region forward.

During a call on him by the governing council led by the Council Chairman to congratulate him on his appointment, the Minister disclosed that UDS has shaped his life in so many ways which he believes contributed to his appointment as the Regional Minister and that he would not disappoint them.

He promised to do everything possible to make UDS and the good people of Upper West region proud.

Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih took the opportunity to commend authorities for establishing a health facility in the region that has now become a referral point, due to their quality health professional and good service delivery.

To this end, he assured that whatever his outfit would do to make the clinic function well to achieve its core mandate would be done urging the University Council not to hesitate in calling on the RCC when they need any form of support.

On his part, the Council Chairman indicated how excited they were when they heard that Dr. Bin Salih who is an alumnus, was appointed as the Upper West Regional Minister.

The Council Chair also noted that, the university was in a transition period and that a team has been set up by the Council to do all the grounds work in ensuring a smooth transition.

 

Source: MyNewsGh.com

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